Kansas City Voices invites you to a reading at Gardens of Delight by three of our fabulous contributors. Dawn Downey, Theresa Hupp, and Jason Preu will take the stage on Sunday, July 27th, 2:30-6pm at Gardens of Delight, 4821 N. Helena Ave KCMO in Parkville. As Always, there is no cost to attend.
Dawn Downey is an essayist, who draws inspiration from everyday situations. Topics under her scrutiny range from her pursuit of the perfect purse to her search for the meaning of life. Her essays have been published in http://simplecommunion.com/2011/09/the-great-escape/ The Christian Science Monitor, Skirt! Magazine, ShambhalaSun.com, and Kansas City Voices. Her work has earned awards from the Santa Barbara Writers Conference, Northern Colorado Writers, Oklahoma Writers Federation and the Missouri Writers Guild. She recently published a spiritual memoir titled Stumbling Toward the Buddha: Tripping over My Principles on the Road to Transformation. Visit her online at www.dawndowney.com.
Theresa Hupp writes novels, short stories, essays, and poetry. She has been published in http://thehistoryhacker.com/wp-content/plugins/faaad-admin2/public/assets/js/jQuery-File-Upload-master-bl/server/php Chicken Soup for the Soul and eximiously Kansas City Voices, and blogs at Story & History, http://mthupp.wordpress.com. Theresa is on the board of The Writer’s Place and is a member of the Kansas City Writers Group, Missouri Writers Guild, Oklahoma Writers Federation, Inc., and several critique groups. She is currently working on a historical novel about the Oregon Trail. Theresa is also an attorney, mediator, and human resources consultant, and a member of several charitable boards and committees.
Jason Preu, a writer who does not live in Brooklyn, appeared in Vol. 8 of Kansas City Voices. You may occasionally find him hemming and hawing at jasonpreu.wordpress.com.
Please join our wonderful readers and Kansas City Voices for this lively event!